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2-04-2012 @ 7:11PM
I'd actually say mages are unique in this respect, the mage class seems to be the only pure class that tends to have a major shift in spec's every patch.Basically if Fire is top even by 500 dps, then you will most likely see very few arcane mages, the same's true if Arcane gets a buff, whereas in other classes, even pure's you will see Destruction Warlocks playing Destro because they like Destro, or Assassination Rogues, MM Hunters etc okay you may not see many Sub / BM spec's around but apart from that there tends to be a split in spec'sWhich is why I find the mage weird, because we tend not to, right now in my 25 man we have 5 mages (way too many, I know) All of them were fire pre 4.3.2, and now fire has been nerf'd slightly 3 of them have gone arcane, and I personally am most likely going to swap to it in the next week or so. (The other mage isn't even playing at the moment)
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